Max Steiner - Gone With The Wind - Music From The Motion Picture album download
|Gone With The Wind - Side 1||15:00|
|A1||Gone With The Wind|
|A3||Invitation To The Dance|
|A6||Bonnie Blue Flag|
|Gone With The Wind - Side 2||14:47|
|B3||Return To Tara|
|B7||Ashley And Melanie (Love Theme)|
- Composed By – Max Steiner
- Conductor – Max Steiner
- Producer – Mike Lipskin
NotesReissue. Formerly available on CAL-625
Photographs courtesy of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc.
Copyright 1939 by Selznick International Pictures Inc.
Renewed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: Side 1: TPRM-9165
- Matrix / Runout: Side 2: TPRM-9166
|LPM-3227, LPM 3227||Max Steiner||The Complete Film Music From Gone With The Wind (10", Album, Mono)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||LPM-3227, LPM 3227||US||1954|
|LPV-7609||Max Steiner||Gone With The Wind - Music From The Motion Picture (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||LPV-7609||Venezuela||Unknown|
|RCA-5174 (JLY-991)||Max Steiner||Gone With The Wind (LP, Album)||RCA Records||RCA-5174 (JLY-991)||Japan||1974|
|RCA-5174||Max Steiner||Gone With The Wind (LP)||RCA||RCA-5174||Japan||1974|
|CAD1-625||Max Steiner||Gone With The Wind (CD, Album)||RCA/Special Music||CAD1-625||US||Unknown|
The soundtrack to Gone With the Wind has appeared in numerous forms since its first release on LP in the 1950s. The 1990 CBS/Sony reissue was the second attempt to expand its content significantly, adding some incidental music and refining the sound that appeared on the previous MGM and Polydor versions
B1. Sherman's March Through Georgia. B2. Ashley Returns From The War. B3. Scarlett And Rhett At Tara. B5. Rhette And Bonnie. Gone With The Wind (Original Soundtrack Album) (LP, Album, Gat). MGM Records, MGM Records. S1E-10 St, 1SE-10 st. Us. 1967. S1E-10 ST. Max Steiner.
This master is for the 1954 re-recording of the "Gone With the Wind" score conducted by Max Steiner. For the 1959 re-recording conducted by Muir Mathieson with the Sinfonia of London see Max Steiner - Gone With The Wind. For the 1961 re-recording conducted by Cyril Ornadel with the Starlight Symphony, see Max Steiner - Gone With The Wind - The Music From The MGM Motion Picture Release. For the original 1939 soundtrack conducted by Max Steiner (first released in 1967), see Max Steiner - Gone With The Wind (Original Soundtrack Album).
Set track as current obsession. Gone With The Wind - Music From The Motion Picture (9:22). Overview (current section).
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Casablanca, (Music From the Motion Picture), Vol. 2. Max Steiner: The RKO Years. Max Steiner 6/24/1997. The soundtrack to Gone With the Wind has appeared in numerous forms since its first release on LP in the 1950s. The 1990 CBS/Sony reissue was the second attempt to expand its content significantly, adding some incidental music and refining the sound that appeared on the previous MGM and Polydor versions. Most of it works if one allows for the sheer age of the materials involved - Gone With the Wind is just about the oldest original soundtrack material that has any significant commercial appeal beyond a cult audience and, having been recorded in 1939, it has never fit entirely well into the modern marketplace.
Music composed and conducted by Max Steiner. Orchestrations by Leo Arnaud, R. H. Bassett, George Bassman, Cecil Copping, Maurice De Packh, Adolph Deutsch, Hugo Friedhofer, Bernhard Kaun, Arthur Kay, Albert Hay Malotte, Joseph Nussbaum, Darol Rice and Heinz Roemheld. Recorded and mixed by Earl B. Mounce. Score produced by Louis Forbes and Max Steiner. Album produced by George Feltenstein and Bradley Flanagan.
Album: Gone With the Wind (. Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1939). Composed and Conducted by Max Steiner, performed by the Warner Bros. Please note that the rights belong to the owner. Support the publishers, if possible, to get the full listening experience. Music Awards: - None. Nominations: - Academy Award - Best Original Score
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